Going to address a couple of issues had by previous reviewers first...
Minimum spend per person is on Thursday and Fridays now and is 200 Riyals. This isn't much when you consider what drinks and food cost. Not sure if that applies to non guests only though as we were guests and went on a Sunday.
There is a dress code of smart casual so no shorts for men, no jeans for women (although we broke the jeans rule and didn't get picked up on this). I (man) was in jeans, trainers and shirt.
As guests we made a reservation and didn't need to provide any ID or even our room card, just told them our names. They also offered to hold our table if we left to go eat in a restaurant elsewhere in the hotel and come back later which was a nice surprise.
We asked for a table on the edge/good view and as one was available we got it, guessing they go first though.
The picture with the ad isn't from the bar, the view isn't that nice but it's good.
In the end we stayed and ate from the sushi menu they have there. 6 nigiri (raw fish on rice) and 9 maki (mixed filled rolls of rice), 4 cocktails and a beer came in at 500 Riyals (about £85) which is actually quite good value, especially considering where you are!
Cocktails were good and also quite strong so I feel at £12-13 a go you get a good deal.
Music changed nicely throughout evening, getting more clubby as the night went.
As with most places in Qatar, people smoke a lot which can be an unpleaseant surprise for those of us used to no smoking bars and restaurants. as this is outside though it is less of an issue.
Haven't been to any other bars in Doha though so can't do a comparison.
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